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I actually think Dockery and Thomas played pretty damn well.

I agree. Our biggest problem is the nckel.

There are a lot of CBs in free agency. I think we sit back and grab one at the end of the week at a good deal to compete.

Thomas was a bit raw in college but a stud. Dallas drafted him because they needed immediate help--he was not ready, so they cut him. I think the fruit is ripe now. Same with Dockery--he was inconsistant in college. He needed to learn.

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I'm appreciative of Gamble's contributions, but this move made perfect sense.

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lol someone will DEFINITELY pick him up. he's a very talented corner and he's not even 30.

Strange, for some reason i thought he was 31. Yah def the top corner on the market. Maybe he ends up in Green Bay.

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http://espn.go.com/n...53/chris-gamble

2004-2009

And those stat years mirrored his 2011 season.

If those are stats of a overrated CB then nobody knows how to grade a cornerback.

Those stats don't mean much for evaluating CB talent.

He was clearly a stud CB up until 2008 and not so much after that.

I predict he will be overpaid and under-perform.

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http://espn.go.com/n...53/chris-gamble

2004-2009

And those stat years mirrored his 2011 season.

If those are stats of a overrated CB then nobody knows how to grade a cornerback.

Well, he's gone now. And nothing is changing that.

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I just think we're making a big mistake. I know we have to because of money but, man... It seems like he's much older, but Gamble is only 29 years old. He's got a quality 5-7 years left at CB.

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Those stats don't mean much for evaluating CB talent.

He was clearly a stud CB up until 2008 and not so much after that.

I predict he will be overpaid and under-perform.

LMAO! If stats dont mean much what the hell else are we supposed to look at for players? Why the hell is there even a HOF? I predict you are terrible at predictions.

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I'm appreciative of Gamble's contributions, but this move made perfect sense.

Yes. Frankly, I dunno how anyone could be convinced that he would stay.

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So, are there any FA moves coming soon...???

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